StringKing: Mesh Of Choice For Yale Lacrosse

The Yale Bulldogs are the first official college team to strike up a deal with StringKing Lacrosse! The squad decided to sample our mesh, having some players try it out for a couple practices. We’re told that the players using StringKing Performance Mesh had the best practices of their careers. More consistent passes and shots than ever before. The players raved about the product and Head Coach Andy Shay noticed the difference quick. “You have to use the mesh to understand the difference, but our team is sold on it’s performance”, Shay began, “It’s unlike any other stringing product on the market. We’ve heard plenty of claims from other companies about the advantages of their particular mesh, but StringKing is the only one that lives up to the hype and delivers”. With that, StringKing became the official mesh supplier for the Yale men’s lax squad!

The Bulldogs are currently ranked 12th in Division 1 and are 2nd in the Ivy. Having only lost to Cornell by 2 and Princeton by 1 (both extremely tight games), the Eli’s are poised to make a serious run at the Ivy League Championship and secure a birth to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. The Bulldogs are an undefeated 4-0 since they made the switch to StringKing Performance Mesh and Coach Shay is thrilled with the squad’s performance! Before they began using StringKing, the team had only lost 3 games by a total of just 4 goals. In other words, they are 4 goals away from potentially being the #1 team in country. Just sayin.

Yale will face a strong Maryland team before “The Game” against Harvard to close out the regular season. Those will obviously be some major battles and winning them would give the ‘Dogs some serious momentum heading into the Ivy League Tournament. With StringKing Performance Mesh the boys know they won’t have to worry about the consistency of their pockets and can focus on their overall plan of attack. Go get it Bulldogs!

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  2. bobby on April 18, 2013 at 5:05 am

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